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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Adams454, Feb 24, 2010.
Are good beers.
Haven't tried those but did try the winter lager and liked it.
I'll take a SA Cherry Wheat any day.
I just bought a 4-pack of each. And drank one of each. Now I'm on my second double bock. I had no idea what a "double bock" is. Never heard of more than a regular bock.
I like a lot of different beers. And I have yet to find a Sam Adams that I don't like.
Any Sam Adams drink is great, its all i drink lol. Personally my favorites are Octoberfest, Honey Porter and Old Fezziwig Ale....man just talking about them make me wanna grab one now...i think i just might do that i got 2 cases of octoberfest in the pantry!
They are acceptable in the style. There are much better ones out there in the style that are just as much or cheaper though.
Beer and fruit should not ever be mentioned in the same sentence.
The only Sam Adams beers I never cared for were the cream stout and Scottish Ale.
I'm a fan of many beers, but this is one I just can't bring myself to drink. I've even tried on multiple occasions, but it's a no-go for me.
Anybody likes good beer, Victory V-12, 12% ABV, made in Brooklyn, finest version of Belgian ale I've tasted. It's a Chimay Blue killer. Couple bucks cheaper, couple points stronger, and considerably tastier. comes in 750ml corked bottles @ 7.99 each.
I'm serious as a heart attack, it ages well and drinks fresh well. Not that much hops, but a lot of deep malt and enough dry hops to make it a tangy clean aftertaste. It does NOT TASTE STRONG.. you were warned.
And don't expect to drink one and dance, much less drive.
agreed I liked it better than Chimay
That "sissy" beer is called lambic beer - i.e, Lindeman's raspberry framboise. It's quite good....if you are a woman or a "very feminine" man
I am having one now. It goes very well with baby back ribs and seasoned steak fries. I know this because that's whats for dinner.
Victory is brewed in Downington PA, I swear I corrected you the last time V-12 was brought up.
By far my favorite brewery, they don't make a bad beer.
I pretty much only drink imperials and the SA imperial is a middle of the road effort for the style, and way overpriced for what it is. Much better can be had without marketing overhead in the price tag.